However, analysis has indicated that different regions of European continent observed industrial and scientific revolution during different periods (Evans, pp. 56-63).
Possibly, intellectual growth was another significant advantage of scientific revolution in the continent. In other words, this revolution altered the thought process of humans in the continent that is visible in different studies. However, some experts believe that industrial revolution of Europe resulted in changes in the fundamental authority that was earlier, the scholars of Middle and Ancient periods. On contrary, scholars such as Isaac Newton, Rene Descartes, Copernicus, etc became to intellectual authorities in the continent (Henderson, pp. 23-25). In other words, the industrial and scientific revolutions of sixteenth and seventeenth century caused a division between scholars that follow different authorities that often created controversies.
Conclusively, the European industrial revolution during 18th century brought a number of intellectual, as well as social changes in the continent that affected a number of factors, such as family formation, labor practices, etc. due to alteration in authorities. Introduction of technology in the continent was a benefit, as well as an issue at the same